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No. Generally, when a seed germinates, it produces what will be its first root - often, a stem or shoot will start growing within a few days, even though there is not yet much root material. As the seedling produces more roots, the topgrowth increases too, and that will be the same in ether size of pod you're using, though the one in the smaller pod will ...


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Our builders broke up the concrete from the old house and spread it around so it is in various areas of the garden. I've found that the crumbled concrete seems to suck a lot of moisture away from the plants roots. The fruit trees do okay, probably because their roots go deeper, but it badly effects vegetables like tomatoes and strawberries. I can't grow ...


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